Peter Parker chooses to join Tony Stark because he has idolized Stark for years, and Iron Man was one of his main inspirations to becoming Spider-Man. Stark personally visits his house to invite him to join the Avengers.
>Spiderman Joins the "Young avenger's" program. The ones you see running at the end of ultron
>Tony creates a weather resistant costume for him
>Steve is dating aunt may
>Uncle Ben died in 9/11
>Stark give's parker an the responsibility speech, as well as a biologically engineered spider
>Stark personally visits his house to invite him to join the Avengers
Wow he's too kind
Not bait sadly
If Tony makes the web shooters Im going to be legitimately pissed. Peter is smart enough to make his own. Now if Tony gives him the tools to make/improve them with his R&D labs I could buy that
Tony and Spider-Man shouldn't have any interaction other than maybe a fight. Spider-Man should show up as a new hero and then have his own SOLO movies that have nothing to do with Avengers right off the bat aside from maybe cameos, but no personal relationships with them
The way I see it since Peter is small time/urban myth, his brief interaction with the avengers would establish why he doesnt like working with them and skyrocket his public popularity considering it would confirm his existence
Literally everything in the MCU revolves around Stark.
Hell, Thanos' motivation in Infinity War will probably be revealed to be him butthurt because Tony fucked Death in a limbo state after getting hit by the bomb in IM1.
When RDJ almost walked before Feige was planning on replacing Stark with Strange as the new MCU focal point but RDJ returning delayed the Strange movie and I doubt Cumberbatch has the time to be the new lead.
Now that RDJ is definitely on the way out do you think connecting the characters is a means of transitioning to Parker as the focal point of the MCU?
>he has idolized Stark for years, and Iron Man was one of his main inspirations to becoming Spider-Man
> Iron Man was one of his main inspirations to becoming Spider-Man
The MCU operates within real time.
>Iron Man / The Incredible Hulk
>Iron Man 2 / Thor
Roughly one year later, so 2009
>Captain America: The First Avenger
Roughly July 2012.
>Iron Man 3
Six months later, December 2012.
>Thor: The Dark World
One year after the invasion, so 2013.
>Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Two years after the invasion, so 2014.
>Avengers: Age of Ultron / Ant-Man
And now "Civil War".
Wow way to explain the joke, Nimrod
>Peter parker was 1 yo.
Fuck, it's 2016 already. In 2017 Peter Parker is 15, he could've been conceived during 9/11. There's no way he remembers the horror that was
having your cartoons interrupted by boring news of some towers getting put down somewhere across the globe. A-Am I getting old? Shit...
so basically they're removing everything that made spiderman spiderman
>Steve is dating aunt may
>Uncle Ben died in 9/11
>Peter idolized Stark
for what? getting laid so much? having wild parties? being rich? yeah, that's what spiderman is all about
>Iron Man was one of his main inspirations to becoming Spider-Man
Fucking bullshit! if true, its just marvel sucking more RDJ dick
Probably because of Stark still being a tech-genius who eventually used his tech to become a super hero
Only other role-model like that that comes to mind is maybe Hank but Ant-Man made it seem like he hadn't been active for decades so Tony kind of makes sense.
Stark-wanking is annoying but I think it kind of, unofrtunately, makes sense
I don't see the problem. Iron Man is the most high-profile super hero in the MCU. Tony may be a smart ass with a Jesus complex but no one comes close to him in terms of full-time public superhero-ing. Hulk isn't someone to aspire to be, Hawkeye and Black Widow are secret agents, Thor has no public image, and Captain America, though the patrician choice, was only popular during WWII.
I can see why people might me mad at this decision, but it makes sense and anyone with a brain knows he going to switch sides like in the comic.
Cap would've still made way more sense
Makes sense that Peter would idolize Tony since Peter is a science geek and Tony is like a rockstar for nerds in tech and because the guy is a filthy rich celeb playboy.
Besides Cap is one of those guy who earns your respect and admiration, once Pete goes toe to toe with him he will start liking him and having second thoughts about Tony who usually has the opposite effect of Steve (just see how he treated Killian).
It's already confirmed Steve earns Panther's respect, and that Tony is partially angry at Steve because he isn't reciprocating Tony's friendship the way Tony wants (RDJ said Tony was a bit jealous of Steve and Falcon being brovengers and then angry because Steve went against the government and ran off with Bucky) in the end they all want Cap.
>I'm officially on the DC train now, fuck Marvel for good
same. either comics or movies, marvel is a complete shitfest
though i think about it twice when i remember how insufferable DCuck shitposting can be when it comes to movie related shit
Yeah, but Stark preaches responsibility. He isn't at all responsible, but he does preach it. The thing with stark is that he is charming and convincing. Cap doesn't stand a chance in an impressionable young millenial mind. Until he sees it with his own eyes.
Cap won't make the impression on a smart tech-geek that Stark will.
Add to that Stark has actually been either a rich playboy who made his money in tech or a superhero while Peter's been alive while Cap was a popsicle for most of Peter's life.
Hopefully Pete comes in idolizing Stark, gets tech swag from Stark realizes Stark's a douche and comes around to Cap's side after actually seeing everything through his own eyes.
Tony leans in close towards Peter...and speaks...
"With Great Power comes great responsibility, or, as Wanda's parents might say, with great Stark bomb comes great loss of life expectancy."
I'd be okay with the idea of Tony bringing Peter to his lab, and then ends up building the web shooters himself using stark tech.
Like Tony's all "hey if you join my team/side you get to play with all these toys"
I get that hey, a high schooler wouldn't have access/funds to the tech needed to construct his own pair of web shooters.
But having Tony just hand em over? Nah.
Peter's a teenage genius who looks at other geniuses.
Tony is a fucking genius who built a working exoskeleton in a fucking cave with scraps and missile parts.
How could a teenage genius -not- have nerd boners over the man?
So from a range of zilch to never happening what are the odds we get any of the Academy kids in MCU as part of a young Avengers program.